SUpervising a shoot in town.
Though they offer several sizes, which is a faux pas for cappuccino, it's arguably one of the best you'll find.
Supervising a shoot in LA.
My rental car in LA. Brand new with only 7 miles on the odometer. Returned it with nearly 400. I could’ve used this on May 19th.
Camping once again with the Cub Scouts at Schiff Scout Reservation. I think "Schiff" is Native American for "crappy weather." It always pours, never fails.
Julianne's first race. She's 4th from right. Squinting won’t help, they’re pretty far away.
Here are a couple of photo's of my home studio before the renovation.
A panoramic at dusk on South Beach.
VFX Supervising a shoot in Northern California. Napa Valley.
being Andrew. Can't help but to laugh. Taking the 1 train downtown after watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade floats being blown up.
Finding a spot right in front of Murray's Cheese Shop might be considered a “Kojak Spot.“ (Alright... it’s a Sunday morning but it’s still a great spot.)
Julianne found these just outside of Vegas. I found them again in Miami a couple of months later. This photo is not color corrected, the rocks are that vibrant.
The Grand Canyon was pretty cool. I took a couple of photos but it's impossible to capture the expanse.
The first stop on our annual summer road trip was in Sedona. The sights did not disappoint.
Our first stop after jumping in the car was Matt's Big Breakfast. What a gem. Murray Diamonds ordered a tremendous meal that we all thought he wouldn't finish. I bet him $10 and lost.
I built this alcove in our basement bathroom with the intent to install a vintage European urinal. I was outvoted. Though some may think a urinal gross it makes sense when boys out-number girls. Boys forget to lift the lid, and when they do they never put it back down.
I had to settle for a speaker and now no ones a peein'.
I just don't trust people to hold their doors when they open them. Convenience is not worth a lifetime of door dings.
I spotted an advertisement I created for Brookfield Place atop a cab in Manhattan. Funny though, my kids were more excited to see this than any film that I worked on. Maybe this is more tangible to them?
Once again hanging out with the cousins. This time it's fishing off Orient Point. If we look to the left we can see Block Island. Pictured here is my oldest son Andrew.
We were seated at a round table during Dim Sum on a Sunday morning in Boston. I set my phone to panorama, placed it on a lazy susan and gave it a spin.